Cameron Welsh is an Australian actor, writer, producer and director, best known for his role as Mitch McColl on Australian soap opera Home and Away from 1999 until 2001, he went on to become the series producer from 2007 until 2012
In 1999, Welsh auditioned for a guest role in the Network Seven soap opera Home and Away. Through his audition he secured the regular role of Mitch McColl. In 2000, Welsh was diagnosed with a herniated disc in his back and Producers granted Welsh a six-week break. The serial hired Mitchell McMahon to play Mitch in Welsh's absence. He was nominated for a Logie Award in 2000 for "Most Popular New Male Talent". Welsh decided to quit the role and Mitch's final scenes aired in early 2001.
Welsh became Series Producer of Home and Away in 2007.
In January 2012, Welsh announced that he had stepped down from his role as the producer of Home and Away. Welsh said he had enjoyed his twelve years working on the drama and was looking forward to future projects.
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